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Innovasys enhances documentation solution with Document! X 4.1


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TORQUAY, DEVON, UK – Innovasys today announced Document! X 4.1, the documentation solution for developers and technical writers. Document! X 4.1 automatically produces professional quality technical documentation and on-line help for Microsoft .NET Framework assemblies, COM components, Visual Basic .NET, Visual Basic 5 or 6, Visual Basic for Applications, Databases and XSD Schemas.

Document! X 4.1 introduces several enhancements including a .NET Requirements section, separate .NET Method, Property, Field and Event member summary pages, support for documenting VBA projects, support for the Visual Studio .NET 2005 Beta release and full Unicode support; documentation content can now be authored in any windows language, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Document! X 4.1 also supports integration with Innovasys HelpStudio 2.

Richard Sloggett, technical director at Innovasys, said, “The enhancements in Document! X 4.1 demonstrate our continuing commitment to providing the very best documentation tools to developers and technical writers. We are providing support for the very latest Microsoft development tools, whilst continuing to improve the existing functionality for current versions of Visual Studio .NET and Visual Basic 6 / VBA.”

Document! X is the documentation tool chosen by leading commercial component vendors including Infragistics, Data Dynamics, Janus Systems, Dundas and Xceed.

Further information, a free trial version, or an upgrade for existing Document! X users can be obtained from the Innovasys website www.innovasys.com or by contacting info@innovasys.com

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Innovasys produces a range of innovative tools and components for Windows developers. Formed in 1997, the Innovasys product line has been gradually refined through careful customer research and extensive beta cycles.

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